Power LED module

Tuesday, 06 December, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.mrutty.com.au/

Designed for emerging solid-state lighting uses, where ultra-bright illumination and a versatile colour range is desired in a reflow solderable design optimised for proper thermal management, BivarOpto has introduced a 3 W LED module.

The unit provides a solution for uses in a wide range of lighting and backlighting applications, from portable lighting, flashlights and backlighting LCD computer monitors and television screens, to signalling, architectural, landscaping and entertainment/outdoor signage.

Based on the latest Cree XLamp, the LK3 series is packaged onto a metal core PCB base, using standard reflow technologies to achieve electrical and thermal connections without epoxy.

This enables the device to exhibit good thermal characteristics while also providing an electrically neutral thermal path. Capable of offering up to 130% more colour gamut for greater colour saturation while providing up to 90 lumens output, the module is self-contained and is manufactured lead free.

Featured in the encased metal base housing with an integrated domed lens, the LK3 offers a robust design for operating temperatures from -40 to +85°C and can withstand ESD >2000 V per MIL-STD-883D.

Viewing angle is 100°, with full spectrum wavelengths available from 465 to 635 nm and also in white to 8000 K.

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